The Scottish Independence Podcast 47 – Jean Urquhart MSP

Jean-Urquhart“If I’d had my way, in 1999 before a politician’s bum had hit a seat in this chamber…I would’ve had them all travel, for at least 6 weeks round Scotland to visit every local authority. And ideally to go by public transport because small country as it is, we need to better understand its attributes and its issues.”

… as said by Jean Urquhart MSP, who is the guest for the 47th episode of the Scottish Independence Podcast.

Aside from that, we get into what it is like being an independent in the parliament, some history of the Scottish Independence movement, why she resigned from the SNP, are the Shetland and Orkney independence movements we hear about real and much more.

Hope you enjoy…

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